Kent Farrington and Greya Give It Their All in $50k Palm Seashore Equine Clinic Grand Prix
Kent Farrington & Greya. Picture © Sportfot.
The third week of the 2023 Winter Equestrian Pageant (WEF) noticed nationwide degree jumper competitors peak on Saturday evening throughout the $50,000 Palm Seashore Equine Clinic Grand Prix. WEF 2, introduced by Florida Coast Gear, went below the lights at Wellington Worldwide for a win that went to Kent Farrington (USA) aboard the rising star, Greya.
“It’s [Greya’s] first time leaping below the lights,” defined Farrington. “So, I attempted to only work out of her regular gallop which is already fairly fast. Fortunately, it labored out tonight and I assumed she was unimaginable.”
The 2023 WEF season is an thrilling one for Farrington’s staff as he appears to be like ahead to introducing his youthful string of mounts to high worldwide competitors on the venue.
“The final 12 months has been a rebuilding time for my string as a few of my fundamental horses are winding down their worldwide careers,” he continued. “It’s time for the younger ones to step up; I’ve a gaggle of horses – the oldest being ten – which can be beginning to bounce within the worldwide scene and I’m excited to see what occurs with every of them.”
Corras and Amira Kettaneh Debut on Prime
The Voltaire Design Giant Junior Hunter 3’6” 16-17 highlighted hunter motion within the Rost Enviornment on Saturday. Tri-color honors went to Amira Kettaneh and Corras, a 2014 Latvian Warmblood gelding by Corrwiko and owned by Robert Ruckh. The reserve champion ribbon was introduced to Carlee McCutcheon and Casimir, owned by Anne Glunk.
Kettaneh first sat on Corras the day earlier than incomes a championship of their first outing collectively. Their performances have been highlighted by two wins over fences and a excessive rating of 89. “I acquired this trip yesterday which was very thrilling and I’m very grateful for this chance.”
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